ZEISS SL Imaging Module
Ensuring continuity of care. ZEISS SL Imaging Module

SL Imaging Module – easily capturing high-quality images and videos

  • Highlights

    Integrated imaging

    All ZEISS slit lamps feature the SL Imaging Module, which consists of two components: the SL cam 5.0, a compact, fully integrated 5-megapixel camera, and the SL imaging software. Situated between the tube and the variable magnification changer, the compact SL cam 5.0 becomes one with the slit lamp, capturing superb high-resolution images and videos for documentation.

  • Technical Data
    SL cam 5.0
    Sensor size
    5 MP (2592 x 1944 pixel)
    Max. camera resolution
    Approx. 15 fps at medium resolution 1296 x 972 pixel
    Interface
    USB 2.0, 400 Mb/s
    Dimensions (W x H x D) Depending on model
    Max. 80 mm x 60 mm x 40 mm
    Weight Depending on model
    Max. 0.35 kg
    Max. 0.08 lbs 
    SL imaging software
    Minimal requirements for computer hardware   
    Frequency Min. 2.26 GHz   
    Hard disc Min. 250 GB
    RAM Min. 4 GB
    Interface Min. 2x USB 2.0
    CD/DVD drive
    Monitor resolution Notebook: min. 1600 x 900 pixel, opt. 1920 x 1080 pixel;
    PC monitor: min. 1280 x 1024 pixel
    Free memory SL imaging software: 60 MB
    SL imaging software and Microsoft .Net software: 2 GB
    Operating system Microsoft Windows XP 32 Bit, Service Pack 3;
    Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 32/64 Bit, Service Pack 1
    Software Adobe Acrobat Reader version 9 or higher
    Microsoft Media Player version 10 or higher
    Microsoft .Net Framework 4
  • Options & Accessories

    SL workstation

    The SL imaging software is preinstalled on the SL workstation, which complies as a medical device with IEC 60601-1. SL imaging software can also be run on virtually any practice computer*.

    Retrofit options

    SL cam 5.0 cameras are available for all current SL 115 Classic, SL 120 and SL 130 models. Adapters are available for upgrading the 20 SL and 30 SL models as well as beam splitters.

    * For more information, contact your local ZEISS sales representative.

  • Applying the expertise

    Patient Data Display

    Enter data of new patients during the first visit or access patient data already stored in the software. Patients can be assigned a session ID. A commentary box offers space to enter additional information.

    Acquisition Display with Camera Settings

    The live image is displayed in the acquisition mode. Users can adjust camera settings to suit personal preferences and exam room conditions. For example exposure time and gain for overview and slit images.

     

    Capture Settings

    There is an auto-save option for the last captured image or video. Up to 5 images can be recorded by a single capture event. The best images from each series can then be saved manually.

    Acquisition Display with Image Memory

    All captured images are stored in the “Image Memory” folder. Saved images and videos are marked with a symbol. Additional images and videos can also be stored.

    Review Mode with Flicker Tool

    The Review Screen displays all saved image data in a patient file, including newly acquired images. In addition, a Flicker Tool enables quick detection of minute changes. For fast assessment of disease progression, two images, e.g. from two separate sessions can be optimally aligned by adjusting scale, rotational angle and position.

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